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Tokyo String Quartet Plays Mozart's "King of Prussia Quartets"

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String Quartet No. 21 in D, K.575: I. Allegretto 00:08:03

Tokyo String Quartet, MainArtist

Biddulph Biddulph

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String Quartet No. 21 in D, K.575: II. Andante 00:04:42

Tokyo String Quartet, MainArtist

Biddulph Biddulph

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String Quartet No. 21 in D, K.575: III. Menuetto: Allegretto 00:06:12

Tokyo String Quartet, MainArtist

Biddulph Biddulph

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String Quartet No. 21 in D, K.575: IV. Allegretto 00:06:08

Tokyo String Quartet, MainArtist

Biddulph Biddulph

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String Quartet No. 22 in B-flat, K.589: I. Allegro 00:06:54

Tokyo String Quartet, MainArtist

Biddulph Biddulph

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String Quartet No. 22 in B-flat, K.589: II. Larghetto 00:06:15

Tokyo String Quartet, MainArtist

Biddulph Biddulph

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String Quartet No. 22 in B-flat, K.589: III. Menuetto: Moderato 00:06:31

Tokyo String Quartet, MainArtist

Biddulph Biddulph

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String Quartet No. 22 in B-flat, K.589: IV. Allegro assai 00:04:02

Tokyo String Quartet, MainArtist

Biddulph Biddulph

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String Quartet No. 23 in F, K.590: I. Allegro moderato 00:09:30

Tokyo String Quartet, MainArtist

Biddulph Biddulph

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String Quartet No. 23 in F, K.590: II. Andante 00:08:47

Tokyo String Quartet, MainArtist

Biddulph Biddulph

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String Quartet No. 23 in F, K.590: III. Menuetto: Allegretto 00:04:13

Tokyo String Quartet, MainArtist

Biddulph Biddulph

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String Quartet No. 23 in F, K.590: IV. Allegro 00:04:58

Tokyo String Quartet, MainArtist

Biddulph Biddulph

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